The Norman Transcript


June 15, 2014

Students named to OSU honor roll

NORMAN — A total of 5,349 students were named to the 2013 fall semester honor rolls at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, including 1,997 students named to the president’s honor roll for all “A” grades.

Full-time undergraduate students who completed 12 or more hours with a grade point average of 4.0 were placed on the president’s honor roll, and students with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher with no grade below a “C” were placed on the dean’s honor roll.

Norman students on the deans honor roll were: Gabrielle Boyer, Catherine Bublis, Joshua Burns, Rylie Carter, Courtney Dekalb, Sophia Dinkel, Caleb Farris, Laurianne Fisher, Mercedes Harris, Alexandra Hassen, Jerika Herbert, Suzanne Klumpp, Kathryn Knotts, Taylor Lovell, Madeline Lowe, Marissa Lowery, Celeste Meyer, Emily Miller, Tyler Moore, Justin Plunk, Paige Potts, Anthony Rahhal, Maggie Rahhal, Heather Rhoden, Parker Rice, Emma Schemmer, Jessica Sellers, Kylie Stowers, Nathan Tillery, Scarlett Tucker, Chasity Veal and Austin Voss

Norman students on the president’s honor roll were: Leah Dile, Jackson Drum, Alysa Hooper, Brie Horton, Jordan Klein, Erin Johnson, Kelsie Krupitzer, Hilary Ludwig, Ramsey Mauldin, Randall Mikula, Shelby Northcutt, Brittney O’Neill and Lainey Sirpless.

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